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SubjectRe: (reiserfs) Re: Summary of how linux can best avoid the need for streams
Na linux-kernel piszesz:

> > Now, I realise that some people may say that mv(1) won't move
> > directories across filesystems. True. We should fix mv(1) to
> > effectively do <cp -a; rm -rf> (with error checking).
>
> As a data point, I believe that Digital Unix's mv(1) behaves that way.

Linux's mv from fileutils-4.0 does behave that way.

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